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Reduce Accident Risk with Expert Driving Lessons, Luton Driving School Advises

03-12-2012 02:43 AM CET | Tourism, Cars, Traffic

Press release from: Drive Johnsons Ltd

One in five new drivers crashes their car within six months of passing their test, so it is vital that learner drivers prepare for all possible road situations while they are taking driving lessons, Luton Driving School Drive Johnsons suggests.

When learning to drive, it is very tempting for young people to rush through lessons to pass and then race around the roads to show off to friends. But when it comes to their driving lessons, Luton based company Drive Johnsons advises that young drivers gain adequate experience to be able to handle a car properly and learn to react to adverse conditions on the roads.

Statistics show that younger drivers, especially young men, are much more likely to have an accident. In addition, when an accident occurs that involves young drivers, rates of injury and fatality are much higher.

In the UK, just one in eight driving licence holders are aged under 25. However, one in three drivers that die as a result of road accidents in the UK are aged under 25. Road accident data shows that an 18 year old driver is more than three times as likely to be involved in a crash as a 48 year old.

One of the main reasons that younger drivers have more accidents, and more fatalities, is the tendency for young male drivers to take more risks when driving. These can include embarking on thrill seeking adventures on the roads with friends, testing out a car’s capabilities and driving at high speed or taking corners at high speed, often as a result of peer pressure from friends who encourage and ‘egg eachother on’ to go faster. The temptation to test a car out on winding country roads with national speed limit has often proved fatal for many young drivers. Even the speed limit can be too fast in conditions such as this. Learning to assess a safe speed for the road conditions can only come with experience, and experience with expert guidance can be gained from driving lessons, Luton based Drive Johnsons advises.

Young male drivers have much higher accident rates than young female drivers. In the UK, young male drivers aged 17-20 are seven times more at risk than all male drivers. Between the hours of 2am and 5am, this risk increases to 17 times more likely.

When it comes to looking for good Driving Instructors, Luton’s learner drivers should not have any trouble as there are many excellent Driving Schools, Luton based, for them to choose from. The priority should be getting as much experience as possible while avoiding unnecessary risk-taking behaviour on the roads.

Drive Johnson is a Driving School that employs highly experienced expert driving instructors at its Luton based company. For more information about driving lessons in Luton, please contact Drive Johnsons on 0800 458 1226 or text ‘LESSON’ to 07880 886119 and let us call you back. Or for more information, please visit our website at:

90 Faraday Drive
Shenley Lodge
Milton Keynes

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